Vingar av silver – Wings of Silver

By Camilla Läckberg

The sequel to the successful novel The Golden Cage is here – a loaded revenge drama about betrayal, redress and sisterhood.

Just when Faye thought that everything was over, her entire existence is threatened once again. She has built a life for herself abroad, her ex-husband Jack is in prison and her company Revenge is a major success. But when Revenge is about to be launched in the US, a serious threat against the company appears and Faye is forced to return to Stockholm. With the assistance from a handpicked group of women, she is fighting to save what’s hers – and to save herself and her loved ones.

The first part in the series about Faye wasn’t only one of the biggest successes in Sweden 2019 but also a big success internationally.


First published by Ester Bonnier förlag, Sweden, May 13th 2020


Brutal and really damn elaborated. I didn’t believe that it was possible to take female revenge to a higher level than she had already done, but the “new” Camilla Läckberg keeps knocking me.

Fascinating, entertaining and moving!
Jennies boklista (Instagram)

From Scandinavian crime, that earned her a huge audience with the ten books in the Fjällbacka series – starring Erica Falck and Patrik Hedström, 26 million of copies sold in 60 countries – Camilla Läckberg’s transition to social engagement and defense of women’s rights is increasingly evident.
ELLE Italy

It’s no accident that Camilla Läckberg is one of the most popular writers around the world. Wings of Silver is an adrenaline-filled mix of blood and pleasure, power and intrigue, a hymn to revenge with its roots in reality and all the ingredients that a successful Tv-series needs. No faux pas is to be found in these pages: in Läckberg’s new novel there is no place for pointless moralisms nor for silly good feelings. With her thriller, Camilla Läckberg updates and declines the Greek tragedy at the time of the #MeToo. And we look forward to the next cruel, delicious revenge.
Il Messaggero


Australia, HarperCollins
Brazil, Editora Arqueiro
Bulgaria, Colibri
Canada, HarperCollins
Catalonia, Ara Llibres
Croatia, VBZ
Czech, Metafora
Denmark, People’s Press
Estonia, Pegasus
Finland, Otava
France, Actes Sud
Germany, Ullstein
Great Britain, HarperCollins UK
Greece, Metaixmio
Holland, The House of Books
Hungary, Animus/Central Publishing Group Ltd
Iceland, Sogur
Israel, Kinneret
Italy, Marsilio
Japan, Hayakawa
Latvia, Jumava
Lithuania,UAB Amo Tanto
Macedonia, Feniks
Norway, Gyldendal
Poland, Czarna Owca
Portugal, PRH
Romania, Editura Trei
Russia, Exmo
Serbia, Publik Praktikum
Slovakia, Slovart
Slovenia, Ucila
Spain, Maeva
Sweden, Forum
US, Knopf


Winner, Nextory E-book Awards 2021